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Posted by Adam on 8:10:45 5/13/2018 from 97.116.165.181:

In reply to: Re: Looking to calm my nerves posted by John Fasoldt on 12:28:02 5/12/2018 from 97.103.243.16:

Hi John,

Iím seeing a spider or two each day in my kitchen, usually along the edge of the ceiling, and they are the same kind of spider (size of a dime, lightly colored). I might assume they are in other parts of the house as well, I just havenít seen them. Iím not worried about spider bites or anything, Iím just wondering if there is a frequency that might indicate a problem within my home or should I expect these to just be occasional invaders due to it being spring and all?

I don't know if these are related, but I also have what I think is a pretty good number of cobwebs around the doorway and outdoor garage lights on the front of my house each summer. These are made by wolf spiders, I am confident of that. I'm assuming that they are there to eat bugs attracted by the lights, and they retreat behind the siding during the day. This is never really bothered me before, but I am thinking about it more and I don't much fancy the idea of a huge number of spiders living in my walls. What, if anything, should I do to address my concerns?

I am a nervous person by nature and once I start thinking about something it's hard for me to move past unless I get informed advice, so
thanks very much for your help!

Sincerely,

Adam

PS. I tried posting on the main message board but it wouldn't go through, so I decided to post here. I hope that's ok.



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